Weekly anti-secretist publication. "In making up the forms this week it was a puzzling question to fix upon the proper volume and number. A somewhat arbitrary comprimise has been struck between the fortnightly and weekly editions, thus: up to September 7th, 1871, when the first number of the weekly appeared there had been seventy-nine issues of the fortnightly. The present whole number is made by adding this to the whole number of weekly issues. The paper will have been published seven... Topic: Secret societies - Religious aspects - Christianity.
byBlanchard, Jonathan, 1811-1892; Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis), 1807-1877
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